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Plot: After the first massacre in 1974, the townspeople suspected that the Sawyer family were responsible. A vigilante mob of enraged locals surrounded the Sawyer house, burning it to the ground and killing every last member of the family. Decades later a young woman named Heather learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from her grandmother. she decides to bring her friends along on the road trip to invesitgate her inheritance. On arrival she uncovers she has inherited a mansion but is yet to uncover the terrors that lurk in the basement below it. Runtime: 92 mins Release Date: 03 Jan 2013
Overall it's not a bad movie, but some parts are stupid (by johndough07)
When the movie first started I thought it was going to be a pretty good movie. I thought the opening sequence was amazing. The 3D conversion of the original film was really cool. After that the introduction with the main cast was corny but pretty much every horror movie is, because for some reason producers don't want to spend money on actors that can carry on a scene without running and screaming. When the horror begins, it starts to get better. I really liked how the film was unpredictable and you didn't know what was gonna happen next. Overall this film gets a 6/10 because it pays <more>
good homage to the original 1974 film, while adding different, original elements to the genre. Just don't take this movie seriously, because you will be disappointed. Go into it thinking it's a continuation/spoof of the original film, because this movie has some pretty funny moments. The sad thing is, is that I don't know if the makers of this film were intending it to be funny.
Second best installment in the franchise. Easily (by chrisszaroleta)
I should preface my following review of Texas Chainsaw 3D by making sure you are all aware that this review is coming from someone whose expectations of this film were nothing less than extreme. At the same time, unless the movie was complete and total garbage, there's no way I could have walked away unhappy. The casual viewer may feel differently. I'll also leave out spoilers, which is good because you should fill in the holes when you go see it!The film opens by paying homage to the original. Spliced in scenes from Tobe Hooper's classic set us up for the film to come. Side note: <more>
You have to understand, this is a DIRECT SEQUEL to the original. It doesn't begin following 1990's Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, It has NOTHING to do with 1994's atrocity starring Renee Zellweger and Matthew McConaughey we won't speak its name , it doesn't follow anywhere in the timeline of the 2003 Marcus Nispel franchise reboot starring Jessica Biel or its 2006 prequel, nor is it a standalone remake it's a sequel. A true sequel. 1986 brought us The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, a hokey, over-the-top 80's slasher that was more comical than it was scary. Though it's a fun movie viewing experience, especially for us hardcore fans, it's not the gritty, no holds barred sequel that the original deserved. Texas Chainsaw 3D is. From the stock footage, we cut not to modern day, but the same day in '74 after Sally has escaped the clutches of the insidious Sawyer family and has gone for help. We see the sheriff and townspeople descend upon the Sawyer house, at which point we're provided a couple awesome cameos from Chainsaw films past, with more to come throughout. Essentially, they shoot and torch the Sawyer clan ..almost entirely. Now we cut to modern day! From here, the focus turns to a young woman who's just received a communication that she's inherited a house from a grandmother she never knew she had. Thus begins the road trip to Texas to claim the rights to the property. Horror ensues. From here, the movie takes the fairly typical turn of events people in their 20's start getting picked off one by one by masked villain. Of course, it's different because we're talking about Leatherface! He's there in all of his flesh-wearing, chainsaw-wielding glory. I'll give it a gore level of 7/10. We certainly could have used more kills always can, but the ones we did get were bloody and fun this is why we enjoy the genre, right? . Plus, we have to keep in mind that, despite the misconceptions surrounding the original's gore level, only one victim died by the saw. The film's overall tone is dark good cinematography and an appropriate score lend to that. The acting is well it's a horror movie, folks! No one's walking away with an Oscar nomination. The cast did do a respectable job, including star Alexandra Daddario, but especially Leatherface newcomer Dan Yeager. Pulling off decent acting chops without dialog or the use of your facial expressions is no simple feat. He does so splendidly. The end of the film provides a nice twist what did you expect, it's a Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures production, the same companies that brought us the Saw franchise of course there's a plot twist! A good one. One that I knew was coming, was unsure of my feelings toward, but ended up loving.The film accomplished many things in my eyes, but most of all, it's provided a valid outlet for the franchise to live on. Aside from Dracula/vampire movies Twilight doesn't count, people , at 38 years strong, this is the oldest, active horror franchise today. Another accomplishment of this installment is the humanizing of Leatherface. The 2003 and 2006 movies made him more mythical than human WAY over-the-top. I won't deny a couple plot holes. I won't deny that things I would have liked to have seen weren't included and vice versa, but it was truly good and for a fan of the franchise, a masterpiece of cinema as much as horror allows for . Go see it, but REALLY know the storyline of the original first. If you go in having only seen Jessica Biel run half topless through a slaughterhouse and it enjoyed it , this might not be for you. As for the 3D, use your discretion. If you like the novelty, go for it. If you could care less, save the extra $2. Oh, and stay after the credits for a little treat I was the ONLY person in my prescreening that stayed. Idiot teenagers. Enjoy!
I really loved this sequel. I loved the story and how the ignore all the other sequels. The acting was great except trey songs . The 3d was awesome. I also really loved how Gunner Hansen, Marlyn Burns, and Bill Mosely were in the movie. Alexandra Daddario did awesome even though i thought Danielle Harris should have played Heather but still it was good. The graphics were awesome even in 3d and the action was very entertaining. I completely loved how it ended even though my friend thought the ending was lame but it was awesome. I definitely thought it was worth my money and definitely not a <more>
waist of time or a weak sequel. I WOULD SAY FOR Texas CHAINSAW MASSACRE FANS A MUST SEE
Skimming over the past few reviews all I have seen is bad review after bad review. I get so sick of people harping on remakes and new additions as if the new movie takes anything away from the old movie. That's absolutely ridiculous. Even if the remake/addition is terrible they are completely separate movies. They may share a title and some common characters but that is it. The original will still be the same regardless of what comes after it.Either way, this movie is fantastic. I went in with high expectations because I was thrilled that the franchise wasn't dead and it didn't <more>
disappoint. A brand new spin on things with all the gore you could ask for. Anyone who says this movie is no good is either too dumb to understand why it played out as it did or still suckling on the teet of the theory that the remakes/sequels should follow the exact same path that a completely different director/set of writers/cast/etc. took almost 40 years ago. There is no bigger fan/critic of TCM movies and I loved this movie. The only reason it didn't get 10 out of 10 from me is because of the short length. But maybe I'm just upset that I didn't get to watch Heather for longer...lol GD movie communists.
First I must say that I read all the reviews here and as I said in the summary the movie isn't given enough credit. Yes there are a few inaccurate details but upon going to see the movie we enjoyed it. The twisted story line and the ending are very good. I like how they kinda changed the position of leather face from the bad guy to almost a sort of victim role. It was pretty clever if you ask me. I'm not saying its the best because only the original will have the true effect on you, but its much better than the remake and I was happy to see that they didn't stick with the name <more>
changed to Hewitt instead of sawyer, not sure why that was even changed to begin with. Overall the movie was good and its one that ill be adding to my collection. Another thing that's been bothering me, all the negative reviews talking about how its worse than the remakes I must ask if the people making the comments if they realize that this movie is supposed to be a sequel to the original not another remake in the series
pleasant surprise for long-time slasher fan (by tommyblah)
I grew up in the 80s and have always been a huge fan of slashers. Whether it's Jason, Freddy, Michael, Leatherface...I catch them all in theaters and collect everything related to them. Recently, I haven't been impressed with much in the way of newer entries...I really had grown annoyed with the last two Texas Chainsaws after multiple viewings and was reluctant to feel too interested in this one when I first heard about it. ...then I got a quick glimpse of Leatherface and had to see it.I decided to resist the temptation of reading the synopsis, watching clips, and reading reviews. I <more>
just wanted to see a good scary movie and enjoy myself. Expectations were low.I was immediately caught off guard by the intro and recommend that if it hasn't been ruined for you yet, avoid reading much more on it. Yes, it disregards a lot. But at this point, I really don't care too much...the series has been all over the place anyway. It was a good setup to flash forward and start up a new storyline. I was sick of Hoyt and that family. I was sick of TCM movies with long drawn out scenes of a chick screaming at the dinner table while watching people babble. This was more focused on Leatherface slashing.The characters were fairly likable. There were a few moments where people annoyed me or it dragged a little, but they kept me interested in the plot, and when Leatherface wreaks havoc, it's top-notch.Brutal, scary, all around good use of 3D without being too cheesy... And I found the plot twists unpredictable and fresh.Very happy with this one all around. Highly recommended.By the way, the girlies in this one...A+
Well done and exciting horror reboot blended as a vintage continuation. (by blanbrn)
Being a horror fan I love the classic 1974 Texas Chainsaw film with the original Leatherface Gunnar Hansen and to start with this modern reboot continuation a montage of vintage clips are shown to bring back memories. And with this horror film you can't say that their was not a story. Set in rural Texas decades later after the Sawyer house was apparently burned down a new generation takes play. Heather Miller Alexandra Daddario finds that she has inherited property an old Texas rural mansion near the slaughters of decades ago. So she packs up out of state with her friends two males and <more>
her other friend is a hot and free spirited gal named Nikki the hot and sexy Tania Raymonde to go to Texas to the home yet a prize is in store with the inheritance you guessed good old Leatherface himself. Only this horror film with take a little bit of an odd twist and ending, still along the way it's full of plenty of blood, guts, and screams and drama chase scenes. Plus to add some sugar and spice the scenes of the hot and sexy Nikki Tania Raymonde wearing that sexy pink/reddish looking bra blends well with a horror film. Overall well done horror film that has a story connected to a past and it's blended with blood, screams, and eye candy sex appeal to make it a watch.
If anything a good homage. (by uglykid_22_6_37_14)
So Texas Chainsaw 3D ended up being a good movie. I have to admit I was weary on the idea of seeing it. I gave it a gracious 8 because I enjoyed the old school aspect it tried hard to partake. The modern day "gore" movie lovers wont like it so much although at some points there is a fair amount of gore . This movie although modernized in its cinematography, still had a strong storyline in my opinion , a lot of tension and build up in the story something modern horror leaves out , and a pretty nifty twist which i wont spoil. The beginning will sort of remind you of The Devil's <more>
Rejects but still is good. This movie literally transitions right where the original left off. All and all it was more old school with storyline but modernized in film quality. If anything it was a great homage to an original horror classic.Some people thought it was cliché' but think about all the 80s horror movies a horror fan loves. They all had the same storyline with a different killer. Dumb teens making dumb decisions and end up getting killed. That's what you get here and I believe it was respectful to the original but added more gore to appeal to this warped younger generation. All in all I give this at least a 3.5/5 for the mere fact of if anything it was a great homage.
underestimated! A VERYYY GOOD REMAKE (by bjbryant-199-981130)
Texas chainsaw 3D has a very good story line, yet not the best acting but still very good for a remake.it will sure give you chills and make you scream with the very brutal torture scenes and gory killings. this movie brings the matters of true family relationship and takes a turn no Texas chainsaw massacre movie has making it very unique. the reason why most people hate it is because one its a remake two its very gory three the acting is not the best four they don't understand the true storyline. if i was you.. i would give Texas Chainsaw 3D a chance. but be aware of brutal murders as in <more>
face skinning, impalements, hanging by hooks, shootings, stabbings, shredding in half by chainsaw, burning, beating, clubbing, car accidents and grinding. there is some strong language, modern day insults. a girl seduces a man and they have sex. non graphic and no nudity. frequent bare male upper sides and a female in seen in lingerie. another female has her breasts partially on view. nothing bad. at most pg-13 nudity wise. bar scenes and smoking is held. Overall id give it a B rating. and some of the acting isn't all poor. alexandria daddiro and trey songz did pretty good... scott eastwood did great for a small part. and the others... ehh. oooh and if you miss marilyn burns then shes back for a small part. so if i was you.. i woud buckle up for an amazing thrill ride! i wouldn't take any kids younger than 15 though.